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Contracting HPV

Contracting HPV

Contracting hpv is possible during sexual intercourse or skin-to-skin contact; sometimes the disorder is accompanied by urethritis, lichen sclerosis and other abnormalities that makes treatment more difficult. Warts can be treated with the help of drugs and ointments, or be removed by cryotherapy, electrosurgery, or laser therapy. A monogamous sexual relationship will reduce the risk of catching the virus and developing the disease. Unsafe sexual practices certainly increase the risk of getting this infection. Contracting hpv is possible during sexual intercourse or skin-to-skin contact; sometimes the disorder is accompanied by urethritis, lichen sclerosis and other abnormalities that makes treatment more difficult.

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Contracting HPV

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Urethritis, Lichen Sclerosis

It is one of the most common sexually transmitted infections. The infection is normally spread by direct contact with a wart of affected skin. Human papilloma virus, or genital warts, belongs to a group of over 70 viruses that may infect the skin and cause growths. Contracting hpv is possible during sexual intercourse or skin-to-skin contact; sometimes the disorder is accompanied by urethritis, lichen sclerosis and other abnormalities that makes treatment more difficult.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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